Issue 148

It’s Canadian Thanksgiving! We’re thankful for new records from Solange, Tycho, Lisa LeBlanc, and more.

Heavy Rotation

What We're Listening To

On A Seat at the Table, Solange Knowles finally comes into her own as she sings about what it’s like to be a black woman in America. It’s not just her best record — it demands to be heard. Read more.

The self-described “folk trash” singer embraces her rock roots more than ever on her third album — a record so fun that it’s immune to criticism. Read more.

The Easy Truth is an echo of 1990s hip hop, but it feels inventive despite playing with familiar constraints. For people who miss vintage beats, that might be enough. Read more.

Epoch, Tycho’s third studio record on Ghostly International, is as sublime as Scott Hansen’s first two even while it continues to expand his sound. Read more.

Replaying Dan Mangan’s debut album felt like rediscovering an era of music we forgot too long ago. Read more.